I am having an issue which I'm pretty-sure is NOT caused by X3 itself, but rather by the work-around that I'm using to get X3 to work with my non-Apache web server, which I will get to at the end of this post. The problem happens when users click on my links on my various sites that take them to my non-Apache X3 sites.
To see the problem that I am referring to, I temporarily added 2 asterisk buttons to the footer of THIS X3 site of mine (which is hosted on Flamepix but that's irrelevant). If you click on either of the 2 asterisk buttons at the bottom of the page, when you are taken to either new non-Apache site of mine, 99% of the time the page doesn't fully load (for lack of a better description), and there is substantial extra space between the logo & the menu items. Note that occasionally it will display correctly, in which case please close the opened new window & click the asterisk buttons again. This problem happens regardless if I am using an image or text for the logo. A simple refresh of the page fixes the problem, but the initial page that users land on 99% of the time is messed up.
This problem seems to happen only when I use target="_blank" in my links. Example:
This link seems to work fine:
But this link causes the problem with the page not displaying correctly:
As this problem seems to happen only when users are taken to my non-Apache X3 sites, I suspect the problem is with my website software's rewrite rules.
<a href="http://www.GalleryWings.me/" target="_blank">GalleryWings.me</a>
After having told you only a couple of days ago that the developers of my website software, Abyss Web Server, managed to give me instructions on how to add rewrite rules to my sites in order to match the X3 .htaccess rules, and that everything was working perfectly, I had forgotten about the above little problem.
Would you be able to take a guess at which line(s) in X3's .htaccess file are related to this problem, so I can have the Abyss Web Server developers tweak my Abyss rewrite rules to fix this problem?
Apologies for wasting your time with this problem, as it is not related to X3 itself.
Thank you in advance & have yourself a great day.